Scotties by the Sea

St Andrews
1 September 23  – 12 November 23
St Andrews BID

In collaboration with St Andrews Business Improvement District (BID), a brand new art trail came to St Andrews and the North East Fife coastline.

Decorated by artists and communities, our brand new Scottie Dog sculpture formed a free 10-week art trail of discovery for locals and visitors to explore.

Each sculpture was sponsored by local businesses, community groups and education organisations.

After a farewell weekend, where all the sculptures were be seen together, they went up for auction to and raised over £265,000 for charity Maggie’s who provide free support to those with cancer and their families.


Sculpture Unlocks


Rewards Collected
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Miles Walked
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Photos Shared

An incredible £256,600

was raised through the auction of the sculptures for Maggie’s, a charity providing free cancer support and information by expert staff in 26 centres across the UK and online.

Participating Artists

Anna Bilyk
Amy Bourbon
Natalia Buravleva
Jill Calder
MC Cranwell
Maisie and Anna Dury
John F Fairley
Graham Farquhar
Lindsey Gardiner
Chic Harper
CE Higgins
Billy Hutchinson

Syrah Jay
Steve Johnson
Yolande Kenny
Maureen King
Louise Kirby
David Mach
Robert Mach
Joanne MacFadyen
Catriona MacKenzie
Dan MacKenzie
Adriana de Matos
Roma McCook

Jenny McHardy
Rio Moore
Rikki O’Neill
Louise Oswald
Gill Prendergast
Megan Reilly
Mik Richardson
Zoe Rogers
Douglas Roulston
Sandra Russell
Stewart Smal

Most Voted For

Bru Dog

App players voted for their favourite Scottie sculpture and Bru Dog came out top of the pups!

The wee dug truly has the heart of Scotland. Artists Maisie and Anna Dury took inspiration from Scotland’s favourite Irn-Bru drink and the cheeky chappie also snaffled a traffic cone, a humorous nod to another iconic Scottish sculpture.

About Maggie’s

Maggie’s is a charity providing free cancer support and information in centres across the UK and online.

Built in the grounds of NHS cancer hospitals, the centres are warm and welcoming, and are run by expert staff who help people live well with cancer.

The first centre opened in Edinburgh in 1996. There are now 26 centres across the UK and abroad, with more planned for the future.

A few of Our Achievements


Sculptures Created


Events Delivered




Selfies Taken